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Not even the auteurs are safe from the lure of the third dimension.

Deadline reports that M. Night Shyamalan's highly anticipated live-action adaptation of 'The Last Airbender' is going back to the lab for a 3-D conversion. Paramount will be working with Stereo D, the company that worked on James Cameron's 'Avatar.'

As M. Night Shyamalan is very particular about his films, he must be completely sold on the 3-D process, according to the report. Not even the auteurs are safe from the lure of the third dimension.

Deadline reports that M. Night Shyamalan's highly anticipated live-action adaptation of 'The Last Airbender' is going back to the lab for a 3-D conversion. Paramount will be working with Stereo D, the company that worked on James Cameron's 'Avatar.'

As M. Night Shyamalan is very particular about his films, he must be completely sold on the 3-D process, according to the report.

The release date of 'The Last Airbender' will remain July 2.

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Meanwhile, EW.com reports that Michel Gondry's 'The Green Hornet,' starring Seth Rogen as a newspaper publisher who moonlights as a masked crimefighter, is also getting the 3-D treatment. As a result, the film's release date has been pushed back from Dec. 22, 2010, to Jan. 14, 2011, to allow more time for the conversion.

Sony says moving 'The Green Hornet' to January also gets it out of the crowded 3-D holiday season, which currently includes Disney's 'Tron Legacy,' Warner Bros.' 'Yogi Bear' and Fox's 'Gulliver's Travels.'

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